BRGM has published the results of its gender equality index for 2020, as required by the French Act of 5 September 2018 concerning "the freedom to choose one's professional future".
25 February 2022
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  • 93.00
    / 100
    BRGM's gender equality index in 2021

A gender equality index of 93/100 at BRGM

In 2021, the gender equality index at BRGM was 93/100.

The index remained stable compared to 2020.

The score is calculated according to five indicators:

  1. Concerning equal pay, the salary gap between men and women at BRGM was 1.6% more favourable to men (in 2020 it was 1.4% more favourable to men).
  2. Concerning pay rises, the overall rate of increase was 1.5% greater for women (in 2020, the rate was 1.7% greater for men).
  3. Concerning promotions, a total of 3.7% more women were promoted than men (in 2020, the rate was 1.8% more favourable to men).
  4. One hundred percent of women returning from maternity leave received the pay increases they were entitled to during their absence (this was also the case in 2020).
  5. Two women among the ten highest salaries.

BRGM's commitment to gender equality in the workplace

BRGM is committed to gender equality in the workplace, in compliance with the French Act of 4 August 2014 and the company-level agreement on diversity and gender equality at work, signed on 10 July 2015. A new agreement was signed on 19 February 2021 with the BRGM trade unions.

Equality in the workplace means ensuring that there is no discrimination within the company. The challenge for BRGM is to achieve true equality between men and women at work, in particular by precluding sexism at work in all its forms, and by promoting equal pay, gender parity at management level and a gender-balanced workforce.